Saturday, March 13, 2021

History Of 14 March | On This Day In World

History Of 14 March | On This Day In World


In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 14 March are as follows: -

➧ 1833: Lucy Hobbs Taylor, the first female dentist, is born.

➧ 1879: Albert Einstein, the great scientist who solved the kernels of the universe, was born with his theory of relativity.

➧ 1883: Karl Marx, a famous German philosopher, economist and pioneer of scientific socialism, passed away.

➧ 1905: French sociologist, philosopher and journalist Raymond Aarons is born.

➧ 1913: Malayali writer Sankaran Kutty Pottayakkat was born.

➧ 1931: The first spoken Indian film 'Alamara' was screened.

➧ 1939: Slovakia declares independence.

➧ 1963: Jayanarayan Vyas, the famous freedom fighter and Chief Minister of Rajasthan, died.

➧ 1972: Irom Chanu Sharmila, a human rights activist from Manipur, was born.

➧ 1988: Pie Day is celebrated for the first time for Mathematics lovers.

➧ 1998: Sonia Gandhi becomes the President of the Indian National Congress.

➧ 2004: The constitution was amended to give legal recognition to private property in China.

➧ 2008: Victory Group acquires UK-based switchgear manufacturer Craig & Derrickar.

➧ 2013: Xi Jinping takes over the reins of China.

➧ 2016: Russia announces withdrawal of its forces from Syria.

➧ 2018: Stephen Hawking, a professor of theoretical physics and mathematics at Cambridge University, passed away. Despite physical disabilities, his important research work in the field of cosmology exemplifies his determination and strong will.

➧ 2018: The World Happiness Report described Finland as the happiest country in the world and Burundi as unhealthy.

➧ 2019: Google announced that its employee Emma Haruka Iwao had broken the world record of calculating pie, using the Google Cloud to take the value of the pie to 31.4 trillion digits on Pie Day.

➧ 2019: California officially became free from drought for the first time in more than 7 years.

➧ 2020: The world's longest-haul passenger flight was scheduled by Air Tahiti Nui from French Polynesia to main France due to COVID-19 with a distance of 9,765 miles (15715 km) and was a domestic flight.

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